Re: The Kids On KidNation Says Goodbye
- From: Louis Epstein <le@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2007 22:40:23 -0600
Ron Hunter <rphunter@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
: guidinglightworld wrote:
:> The kids were amazing to watch, and it wasn't the most popular show on
:> tv I hope cbs
:> decides to pick it up for another season. it's been my guilty
:> pleasure for these past couple of months. we need a reunion show. I
:> wanna know what taylor's mama thought of her incredibly immature
:> behavior. From the kids or their parents good luck to all of them in
:> the future i'd love to know where they all end up in 10 years and how
:> the gold star winners use their money. At first to see what kinds of
:> breakdowns we would
:> see. Of course, we didn't get a "Lord of the Flies" situation, but
:> that's because the show was so controlled (by gold rewards, etc.),
:> plus the kinds were carefully picked. Still, I thought it was
:> interesting to see how the kids would react to situations and choices
:> that they had. Though you could see the kids' "evil sides," it was
:> encouraging to see many of them's maturity. I found it somewhat
:> educational, but maybe that's because I'm not around kids a lot.
: That show seems like the definition of child abuse by omission.
The news stories before the show began to get broadcast were appalling.
Most specifically,CBS acquired the rights to the kids' life stories,
"in perpetuity and throughout the universe" (contract quote).
So whatever the children do for the rest of their lives,
CBS owns rights to it.
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.
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